Asus AMD powered Zephyrus G15, TUF Gaming A17 & A15 and VivoBook S14 M433 notebooks launched in Malaysia

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15

Asus Malaysia and AMD today rolled out a host of AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile processor powered laptops for Malaysians in the form of the new Zephyrus G15, the TUF Gaming A15 and A17 as well as the VivoBook S14 M433.

The ROG Zephyrus G15 is intended as an ultra-slim, highly portable, high-performance gaming laptop that’s ideal for creators and gamers alike while the TUF Gaming A15 and A17 are designed as durable yet reasonably priced gaming rigs with MILSPEC-grade durability. Last but not least, the new generation of VivoBook S14 M433 notebooks are designed for beautiful aesthetics with sufficient performance as daily workhorses.

Asus VivoBook S14
The new AMD powered Asus VivoBook S14 range blend slim and compact form factors with sleek design



Here’s how they stack up and all the listed notebooks are available nationwide in Malaysia. For more details check out https://www.asus.com/my/

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15

The Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 continues the brand’s lineage of crafting light yet high-performing rigs as it comes with a 15.6-inch 144Hz Full HD IPS panel with Adaptive sync and comes with an AMD Ryzen 7-4800HS processor paired with an NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti Max-Q with 6GB GDDR6 VRAM. 

The rest of the hardware consists of 16GB DDR4 RAM with an 8GB stick soldered in and an additional 8GB in the notebook’s sole SODIMM slot. If needed, you can augment with up to 16GB for a maximum of 24GB RAM. 

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15

Storage is sorted out by a 1TB PCiE NVME M.2 SSD with two additional M.2 SSD bays to augment space if needed. To keep it juiced, the ROG Zephyrus G15 has a 76WHr 4-cell lithium ion battery that should offer a decent amount of endurance for work and gaming. Of note is that the ROG Zephyrus G14 is powered by Type-C PD so it’s a lot more compact and easier to charge in the field. It’s incredibly portable as well at a svelte 19.9mm thin and a relatively light 2.1kg carry weight for a gaming laptop.

ROG Zephyrus G15

In Malaysia, the ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15 will retail for RM5,299 and will come with a free ROG backpack to tote it around too. Malaysia will also see a high-powered Zephyrus G14 first seen at CES 2020 that is slated for an imminent appearance in the near future.asus ROG zephyrus G15

ASUS TUF Gaming A15 and A17

Originally known as the TUF Gaming FX505 series but rebadged to the catchier sounding A-series, the ASUS TUF Gaming range is enjoying a renaissance of sorts this year with the power and affordability afforded by AMD’s new Ryzen range lending it a better performance envelope while keeping costs at a fair median. The TUF Gaming series renowned sturdiness has been retained and the notebooks are all MIL-STD-810H rated for durability so they’re more than able to survive the odd ding or dent in the field.

ASUS TUF Gaming A15

This time around, they’re shipping in nine possible variants that differ in terms of storage, what Ryzen CPU they pack, available storage, GPU and also what screen size they pack (either 15.6-inch (denoted by the A15 suffix) and the 17.3-inch (the A17 suffix) though all will have 144Hz panels.

Asus TUF Gaming A17
The highest end variant will cost RM5,899 come with a 15.6-inch 144Hz 1080P display with Adaptive sync, a Ryzen 9-4900H processor paired with 16GB DDR4 3,200MHz RAM, an NVIDIA RTX2060 GPU with GDDR6 6GB VRAM and a 1TB PCIE NVME M.2 SSD though it also has a spare hard disk slot if you need to add in additional storage. Power is provided by a 48Wh lithium-polymer battery and regardless of variant, all TUF Gaming A15 and A17 notebooks in Malaysia will come in a shade of Metal Fortress Gray and ship with a free TUF backpack. All TUF Gaming notebooks are now immediately available in Malaysia.

Asus TUF prices

 

Asus VivoBook S14 M433

The workhorse Asus VivoBook S14 M433 range comes at surprisingly reasonable prices this time around with a performance envelope intended for light photo editing and casual paperwork. The highest end variant clocks in at RM3,199 and only comes in Indie Black but has a 14-inch Full HD panel, an AMD Ryzen 7 4700U 3.6GHz processor, non-expandable 8GB DDR4 RAM and an a 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD.

Asus VivoBook S14 M433

It also has a full suite of slots that include a HDMI 1.4, 2 USB 2.0 Type-A ports, a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A and a USB Gen 1 Type C port as well as a microSD card reader. The VivoBook S14 is also rated for up to 11 hours of usage with a 49 minute charge getting you a 60% charge from a dry state.



The more affordable variant retails for RM2,899 and retains similar specifications as the higher end model save for the use of an AMD Ryzen 5 5400U 2.4GHz processor to save on cost. Fortunately you get more colours to choose from in the cheaper model with your choice of Gaia Green, Indie Black and Dreamy White. Both variants of the Asus VivoBook S14 M433 are available nationwide, ship with a free backpack and are pre-installed with Office 2019 which is a very nice bonus.

Asus VivoBook S14 M433

Huawei unveils the high-powered MateBook X Pro with 10th Gen i7 CPU for RM7,999

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Huawei is going adding additional options to their notebook line-up as they’ve announced a plush looking deluxe model dubbed the MateBook X Pro for the Malaysia market that will come the latest 10th Gen Intel CPUs for RM7,999 along with a host of free gifts that include the new Sound X wireless speaker on purchase.

MateBook X Pro angled hero background

The Huawei MateBook X Pro comes with a metallic unibody chassis that integrates a 13.9-inch LTPS 3K resolution touchscreen panel that has a 91% screen-to-body ratio and a 3:2 aspect ratio that makes it ideal for content creation, the potent 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10510U processor, 16GB RAM, a generous 1TB SSD and NVIDIA MX250 graphics with 2GB GDDR5 VRAM. The impressive feat here is that Huawei has managed to keep the chassis at just 14.6mm thin while weighing 1.33kg, making it very portable indeed for a touchscreen-enabled convertible.

MateBook X Pro Huawei angled
Hardware is only part of the picture for the MateBook X Pro as it is part of Huawei’s growing Smart Life ecosystem. The Huawei Smart Life ecosystem offers effortless and easy pairing with other Huawei devices and has a Smart Collaboration feature that lets you transfer content and mirror your phone display on your notebook home screen for enhanced productivity.MateBook X Pro keyboard


Huawei MateBook X Pro price

In Malaysia, the Huawei MateBook X Pro will ship in either Space Grey or Emerald Green though the latter will arrive soon in more limited quantities. Both colours will come with identical specifications and at the aforementioned price tag of RM7,999 and Huawei will throw in RM1,936 in free gifts that include a free SoundX speaker, a Huawei Bluetooth mouse, a Huawei backpack and a Band 4 smartband.

MateBook X Pro work

If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable, Huawei is also offering freebies worth up to RM756 when you purchase their other notebooks that include the MateBook 13, the MateBook D 14 and the MateBook D 15 with prices starting from RM2,899 depending on configuration. The Huawei MateBook X will be available for purchase from 16 May on their official online store that’s located at https://shop.huawei.com/my/ramadan-online.html 

MateBook X Pro side angle

Redmi Note 9, Note 9 Pro and Mi Note 10 Lite launched in Malaysia

Xiaomi Malaysia has just announced the launch of the Redmi Note 9, the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the Redmi Note 10 which are the latest additions to their midrange line-up. Here’s how they all stack up and how much they cost in Malaysia. For more details and to check out their post-live stream video to catch up, swing by Xiaomi Malaysia’s official Facebook page here.

Redmi Note 9

The Redmi Note 9 has a 6.53-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD display with an off-center punch hole on the upper left corner for a 13-MP selfie camera. In terms of hardware it comes with a MediaTek Helio G85 processor paired with two different storage configurations in Malaysia – 3GB RAM/64GB and 4GB RAM/128GB.

The rear camera for both variants consists of a mainstream 48-MP primary camera, the usual 8-MP ultra wide angle camera as well as a 2-MP depth sensor and 2-MP macro camera. Perched beneath the rear quad camera array is a fingerprint reader and it also retains a 3.5mm audio jack and an IR blaster to control other appliances. Keeping it juiced is a 5,020mAh battery with 18W fast charging. In Malaysia, the Redmi Note 9 will retail for RM649 for the 3GB RAM/64GB variant and RM749 for the 4GB RAM/128GB variant and both will come in three colours – Forest Green, Polar White and Midnight Grey. For one day only, the 3GB RAM/64GB variant will have a flash sale on Shopee which will see the price knocked down to RM599 from RM649.

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Redmi Note 9 Pro

The Redmi Note 9 Pro comes with a larger 6.67-inch Full HD+ LCD display up front and a centre-mounted punch hole for the 16-MP selfie camera. The hardware under the hood consists of a Snapdragon 720G octacore processor paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB of expandable storage. It also sports a side-mounted fingerprint reader too.

Redmi Note 9 Pro

On the rear, the phone packs a quad-camera array centered around a 64-MP primary camera, a secondary 8-MP ultra wide angle camera, a 5-MP macro camera and a 2-MP depth sensor. Keeping things powered is a 5,020mAh battery with 30W fast charging support. In terms of colours, it comes in Interstellar Grey, Tropical Green and Glacier White with a price tag of RM1099. There’s a preorder programme that is ongoing until 17th May and which will net you a free Redmi 10,000mAh powerbank.

 

Mi Note 10 Lite

The Redmi Note 10 Lite is an interesting surprise to the line-up with an emphasis on camera size and display while providing a modicum of value. The phone has a 6.47-inch FHD+ AMOLED display up front, runs a midrange Snapdragon 730G octacore processor and can be equipped with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage. The rear quad camera arrangement consists of a 64-MP primary camera, an 8-MP ultra wide angle camera, a 5-MP depth sensor and a 2-MP macro camera while the front selfie camera is sorted out via the provision of a 16-MP AI selfie camera.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

The phone also packs a 5,260mAh battery with 30W fast charging and a bundled 30W fast charger. In Malaysia, the Mi Note 10 Lite will retail for RM1,599 and will be avilable from 12th May onwards on Lazada and authorised retail stores nationwide.

mi note 10 lite

Life’s a beach with SevenFriday’s balmy new P3C/03 Beach Club timepiece

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SevenFriday’s latest timepiece the SevenFriday P3C/03 Beach Club harkens back to days of sunlit beaches, balmy seas and palm trees swaying in the wind.

The slick embodiment of the free and fun spirit of summer, the SevenFriday P3C/03 Beach Club is beautifully constructed of a stainless steel case with black PVD bezels on the crown and buckle embellished with eye-catching blue Berlac paint around a Miyota automatic movement. 

PC3 03 Beach Club

Continuing its unique theme, the watch features the SevenFriday logo on the side of the crown embellished in blue lacquer while acqua blue Acetate is inset around its animation ring. The strap itself is made of genuine black calf leather with embossed SevenFriday motifs.

The dial itself consists of four intricately crafted layers with bright green detailing in the 40 and 60 minute zone, blue printed relief highlights and white luminous indexes at the 12, 4 and 8 hours of the dial. 

beach club sevenfriday
To complete the picture, the SevenFriday P3C/03 Beach Club is waterproof to 10ATM while integrating their vaunted NFC security chip on the back of the case to ensure authenticity. In Malaysia, the SevenFriday P3C/03 Beach Club is available from exclusive distributor Red Army Watches for RM5,940. For more details swing by their official online store at https://redarmywatches.com.my/collections/sevenfriday/Watches

Powerful new Illegear Ares V notebook packs AMD Ryzen CPU and NVIDIA graphics; priced from RM4,399

If there’s one thing that gamers and creators can’t get enough of, it’s processing power and Illegear has now issued a new high end workstation capable of meeting that need without breaking an arm and a leg. Meet the new Ares V notebook. 

Illegear Ares V hero

The Illegear Ares V aims to offer the power of a full sized desktop in a notebook sized form factor and uses AMD Ryzen desktop processors paired with NVIDIA graphics along with a 15.6-inch 144Hz display in a chassis that weighs a rather hefty 2.7kg.

Illegear Ares V

In Malaysia, the Illegear Ares V comes with three different stock configurations that differ in terms of what NVIDIA graphics card they pack though they all have similar amounts of storage, the same processor and display along with WiFi 6 AX support. Befitting Illegear’s mantra of customisability, you can tweak your Ares V with even more RAM and more storage along with a ton of other bells and whistles as you desire.

All three variants of the Illegear Ares V feature a 15.6-inch Full HD Infinivision 144Hz display, an AMD Ryzen 5 3500X processor, 16GB DDR4 RAM and have a 512GB SSD issued as stock with an empty 2.5-inch SATA hard disk alor and an additional M.2 PCIe SSD slots for expansion. 

Illegear Ares V front
The entry configuration retails for RM4,399 and packs an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti with 6GB GDDR6 VRAM. Slightly higher up is a variant with an NVIDIA GeFOrce RTX 2060 with 6GB GDDR6 VRAM of recent vintage for RM5,099. At the top of the head is a variant with an NIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 with 8GB GDDR6 VRAM for RM5,698.

The Illegear Ares V is available for orders now and can be ordered online at www.illegear.com

Samsung Galaxy Buds gets amazing software updates including Spotify support

The original Samsung Galaxy Buds came out sometime in 2019 and proved to be a surprisingly comfortable and competent pair of wireless earbuds with solid performance. Even today, Samsung is still showing them love as they’ve rolled out a potent software update that adds some impressive features that were previously only available on the new Galaxy Buds+ that were launched this year.

Samsung Galaxy Buds update 1

The new Samsung Galaxy Buds software update is centered around three new software upgrades that add new features to the wireless earbuds. The first is a Microsoft Swift Pair mode that lets you rapidly pair the Galaxy Buds up to a Windows 10 PC in a matter of seconds which ought to make all those Microsoft Teams and Zoom calls a lot easier.

The next firmware upgrade gives you Ambient Sound which means that the Galaxy Buds will be able to pipe in a controlled amount of external sound like oncoming traffic to ensure situational awareness at all times.

Last but not least, the new firmware upgrade for the Galaxy Buds now offers Spotify support with a ‘tap and hold’ gesture allowing you to start Spotify and listening to your personal playlists on demand. 

Samsung Galaxy Buds update

 

While the Galaxy Buds were superseded by the Galaxy Buds+ this year, the originals still have a lot of fight left in them with the new firmware upgrade granting them significant functionality and quality of life improvements. They’re also cheaper too by a good margin with Samsung’s recent repricing exercise that has knocked the price of the original Galaxy Buds down to RM349. You can refresh your memory of the original Galaxy Buds review here. For more details and how to get your own Galaxy Buds, swing by the official Samsung online store here.

Apple revamps 13-inch MacBook Pro with Magic Keyboard and prices starting from RM5,599

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Apple hasn’t rested on their laurels and they’ve released a revamped incarnation of their 13-inch MacBook Pro after the release of their slick looking MacBook Air awhile back. 

The refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro comes in four configurations, all of which have their vaunted Retina displays with 500 nits brightness and 4 million pixels, notably sport their Magic Keyboard and pack the latest 10th generation Intel Core processors, double the storage and a host of other refinements too including a Touch Bar for shortcuts and a physical Esc key too.

13-inch MacBook Pro front

For the uninitiated, the Magic Keyboard, which was first brought into service on their 16-inch MacBook Pro and eventually on their recent refresh of the MacBook Air makes for a far comfier typing experience over their prior butterfly keyboard mechanism as it uses a redesigned scissor mechanism with 1mm of key travel.

13-inch MacBook Pro keyboard

The new 13-inch MacBook Pro range all come with macOS Catalina and also feature their Sidecar feature, allowing users to extend their available screen real estate via a paired iPad tablet.

13-inch MacBook Pro sidecar

Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro price and specification

In terms of hardware, Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro’s come in 4 possible configurations.depending on price with the entry level units coming with 8th generation Intel Core processors and the highest end ones with the 10th gen Intel Core processors with increasingly higher prices on account on higher storage and more RAM while retaining the same Retina displays and Magic Keyboard.

13-inch MacBook Pro touchbar

Starting on the ground floor, the cheapest model retails at RM5,599 and has an 8th Gen Intel Core i5 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 8GB 2,166MHz DDR3 RAM, a 256GB SSD and Intel Iris Plus 645 graphics. The next step up has similar specifications but doubles the storage to 512GB for RM6,399.

13-inch MacBook Pro prices

The highest end variant retails for RM8,7999 and comes with the latest 10th Gen Intel i5 quad-core 2.0GHz processor, 16GB 3,733MHz DDR4 RAM, a 1TB SSD and Intel Iris graphics. You can also save a bit and get the same exact specifications save for a smaller 512GB SSD for RM7,999. All four of the new Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro variants are available on the Malaysian Apple online store with their specifications but with no release dates as yet. We’ll keep you posted on any developments.

https://www.apple.com/my/shop/buy-mac/macbook-pro 13-inch front

3 Flipping Good Reasons You Need the New Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

Galaxy Z Flip angled

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip was revealed to the world at the same time as the Galaxy S20 series phones and is their second foldable smartphone after the launch of the original Galaxy Fold. 

The initial wave of preorders was completely sold out in Malaysia but the phone will in all likelihood arrive in general retail in the coming weeks. If you’re on the fence about Samsung’s latest foldable phone, you can check out these 3 flipping good reasons why you ought to get the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.

Galaxy Z Flip side angle

Galaxy Z Flip Awesome Reason 1 – That Swanky yet Sleek Design


The Galaxy Z Flip harkens back to a classic age of design with the integration of the latest tech. Its unique folding clamshell form factor is just 15.4mm thin while being about the size of a small deck of cards but gently unfurls into a full-sized, high-powered smartphone with a 6.7-inch FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display that’s ideal for watching movies, gaming and more. Even if you fold it down, you still get a 1.1-inch Super AMOLED display on the top of the clamshell that lets you get critical notifications without the need to open the Galaxy Z Flip..

Galaxy Z Flip foldable

Galaxy Z Flip Awesome Reason 2 – A New Way For Videocalls And Snaps


The unique form factor of the Galaxy Z Flip relies on an incredibly well engineered hinge that can stand up on its own. This is combined with the foldable, glass-shod 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display that can work even when it’s bent. In actual fact, the Galaxy Z Flip is designed for use in this unique semi-folded-up form factor that Samsung has dubbed Flex Mode, allowing you to easily take advantage of its powerful cameras for video calls and for solo travellers, easy selfies too! 

 

Galaxy Z Flip front

Galaxy Z Flip Awesome Reason 3 – Powerful Performance and Cameras Too

The Galaxy Z Flip isn’t all just about good looks, it’s one of the most powerful and compact phones available today. On top of the innovative 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED foldable display, the Galaxy Z Flip hosts a Snapdragon 855+ octacore processor paired with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage. The powerful dual camera array consists of a 12-MP ultra wide angle camera and a 12-MP primary camera with optical image stabilisation and Dual Pixel autofocus as well as a 10-MP selfie camera to serve up luscious snaps, 4K video and 960fps@720P slow-mo video too.

Galaxy Z Flip angled

Sweet- Where Can I Get the Galaxy Z Flip?


The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is available for RM5,888 in your choice of three colours – Mirror Purple, Mirror Black and Mirror Gold. The preorders for the Galaxy Z Flip were completely sold out but stay tuned to their official page for their next restock. You can swing by Samsung’s official ordering page that is located at https://www.samsung.com/my/smartphones/galaxy-z-flip/buy/

Galaxy Z Flip hinge

Huawei P40 Pro first look and unboxing

The balanced option in terms of price and capabilities in the triumvirate that is the new Huawei P40 series, the Huawei P40 Pro comes with quite an interesting array of capabilities and an emphasis on a particularly powerful quad rear camera array. The P40 Pro that we’re reviewing is a good blend of both cost and performance between the entry level P40 and the highest end P40 Pro+.

Huawei P40 Pro Box

In general, the P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+ all have the same Kirin 990 5G processor, which ensures 5G support for the future. All three primarily differ in that they have increasingly more sophisticated rear camera arrays. 

Both the P40 and P40 Pro+ have an identically sized 6.58-inch FHD+ 90Hz OLED display along with a similarly sized 4,200mAh battery that has both 40W fast charging, 40W wireless charging and reverse wireless charging while the P40 has a smaller 6.1-inch FHD+ 60Hz display and a slightly smaller 3,800mAh battery that only has 22.5W fast charging and no wireless charging capability. 

At RM3,899, the Huawei P40 Pro is a good step pricier than the P40 which retails for RM2,799. A more powerful variant dubbed the P40 Pro+ exists but will only arrive in Malaysia at a later point in time this year. 

What’s in the box?

Our test phone has local Malaysia firmware though the accessories that come with it are slightly different with the notable key difference being a different style plug end for the SuperCharge 40W charger and the omission of a TPU casing. We were assured that units for Malaysia will indeed come with a localised UK-style SuperCharge 40W fast charger and a casing to protect the phone.

Huawei P40 Pro box contents malaysia
Our early review sample lacks the protective phone casing and has an European style 2-pin plug but local Malaysia units will have the UK-style 3 pin plug and the free casing

On paper, the Huawei P40 Pro for Malaysia comes with a fair blend of accessories that include a soft TPU casing, a USB Type C cable and paired SuperCharge 40W fast charger as well as a pair of hard earbuds with a USB Type-C plug.  You effectively have the means to fast charge the P40 Pro, have a modest pair of earbuds for private listening and a case to protect it straight out of the box which is generous by any definition of the word.

 

Build and Design

The Huawei P40 Pro bears only a passing resemblance to its predecessor the P30 Pro and has the same basic form factor but an entirely new screen design that they’ve dubbed as the Quad Curve Overflow display. It’s not a mere fancy name as they’ve changed the design somewhat from other mainstream phones.

Most other smartphones usually curve only the side edges but the Quad Curve Overflow display in the P40 Pro curves both the top and bottom bezels, lending it the illusion of a larger display and a more cohesive, polished look. 

Huawei P40 Pro angled

There’s a more practical reason for it – the all-round curved display makes touching and swiping from the edges, which is a cornerstone of the gestures in navigating Huawei’s EMUI user interface smoother and easier than ever. There’s a bit of a tradeoff though as the usually squarishly crisp corners of the display are curved slightly inwards. It doesn’t detract from the user experience nor are you losing valuable screen real estate but it takes some getting used to.

As a concession to structural sturdiness, the corner bezels are still protected by an extension of the backplate, much in the fashion like the prongs of a ring holding a gem in place. 

Display aside, the entirety of the rear comes in a shade of what they call Deep Sea Blue which is a metallic blue finish veering towards a deeper aquamarine with the Huawei logo on the side. The bottom portion of the P40 Pro’s backplate allows for27W reverse wireless charging, allowing you to juice other devices like the Huawei FreeBuds 3 in the field. A large rectangular camera bump in the corner completes the picture.

Huawei P40 Pro backplate

The mirrored rear backplate certainly looks posh but it’s prone to getting smudged so you’ll need to slap on a casing as soon as possible. That quibble aside, the P40 Pro’s chassis is rated for IP68 water and dust resistance which makes it more practical for daily use. 

Button placement and other features are fairly standard for the P40 Pro. The left side of the phone is unadorned but the right hosts a volume rocker and power button. The bottom notably comes with a dual nano SIM card tray, a speaker and a USB Type-C port.

Huawei P40 Pro top

If you need to expand onboard storage, you can expend one of the two nano SIM slots and slap in one of Huawei’s own proprietary format NM storage cards that functions in a similar manner to a microSD card. 

All in, the P40 Pro looks and feels extremely well polished with a wonderful heft and feel about it as well as superb build quality that goes some way towards justifying its lofty price tag. Stay tuned for the full-on review!

The Huawei P40 Pro is available for purchase online at Huawei’s online store here.

MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink now open for preorders on 4th May

If you favour a colour coordinated approach to your wardrobe that also extends to your work devices, you’ll appreciate the charms of MSI’s Prestige 14 as they are now offering their slim creator notebook in a shade of rose pink with preorders starting this coming 4th May 2020.

MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink

The MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink has similar hardware to their more serious looking sibling in Carbon Grey and is otherwise identical with a similar 15.9mm thin chassis that weighs a relatively light 1.3kg save for the more eye catching paint job.


MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink Price and Preorder bonuses

 You get a 14-inch Full HD IPS display that’s close to supporting 100% of the sRGB colour space, a 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10510U processor paired with 16GB DDR3 RAM and a 512GB SSD. Connectivity extends to swift WiFi 6 support and Bluetooth 5.1. Battery life is rated to 10 hours with a 15-minute charge getting you 1.5 hours of usage in the field.

MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink angled

Preorders of the MSI Prestige 14 Rose Pink get you a bundle of free swag including a Rose Pink wireless mouse, a similarly hued Rose Pink carrying bag and a Rose Pink mascot keychain. All this clocks in at RM5,399 with deliveries starting in mid-May. Preorders are available on MSI’s official online store here.